I dial 212-798-5086 and get a message stating " your call did not go through". This is a DID number. Could someone please help me to resolve this issue? The extensions are already created on the CMM. Here's the configuration for the Gateway:
I am dialing 212-798-5086 (a number in NYC) from Boston and the message is " your call did not go through". Everything is configured in CCM and we can dial any numbers in anywhere. The above number is a DID number in our NY office. I know that I don't have a dialpeer matching this numbers in the NY Gateway and need help to configure that. Could you please let me know which dial-peer in NY GW is going to match the number 212-798-5086?
1. You don't need the direct-inward-dial command under dial-peer voice 101 pots.
2. If I understand this correctly, you're dialing 912127985086 on the phone and it's supposed to be forwarded out port 2/0 or 2/1 depending on availability. If that's the case, try to add forward-digits 11 command under the dial-peer voice 101 and 102 pots. I believe what's happening is that all the dialed digits are being passed on to the FXO port, which means including the 9. You'll want to drop it off, so by saying forward-digits 11, you're including 11 digits from the right.
Bottom line is I believe your dial-peer is being matched, but all the digits including the 9 is being sent to the pots line. Forward-digits 11 would be a workaround for that.
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